Posts by TimDavis


To make life a bit simpler, many ordinary Americans would temporarily delete Foursquare or throw out a bunch of Tupperware they can’t find the matching lids for, or maybe cut some jeans off a few inches above the knee. Media mogul Robert F.X. Sillerman, founder of electronic dance conglomerate SFX Entertainment, might list a half-dozen of his estates in Manhattan, the Hamptons, and the isle of Anguilla, for a combined total of...

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Entertainment mogul   Robert F.X. Sillerman  is looking to unload a chunk of his personal real estate portfolio: Six of his homes in Manhattan, Anguilla and the Hamptons are available for a total of $107 million. Mr. Sillerman, founder of the electronic dance music conglomerate                                         SFX  Your ValueYour Change Short position has listed his eight-bedroom oceanfront home in Southampton, top right, for...

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As the summer winds down, a slow down is nowhere in sight for the real estate market in the Hamptops.  With interest rates low, prices increasing, and even some bidding wars~ the fall season is predicted to be very busy in the Hamptons!   Tim Davis of The Corcoran Group observes, “We have been unusually busy with sales in June, July, and August.” He remarks, “In general the market is active across the board....

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Originally built in 1919, at a time when the Hamptons had emerged as the ultimate high-society summer destination, Villa Maria recently underwent a five-year complete renovation, restoring its Prohibition-era glory. The architect Andre Tchelistcheff and a design team from John Hummel and Associates Custom Builders employed their expertise in historic restoration to revamp the waterfront mansion, incorporating hand-honed limestone and...

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The spectacular oceanfront Southampton estate used as Diane Keaton and Jack Nicholson’s love nest in the film “Something’s Gotta Give” has sold for a whopping $41 million, the Daily News has learned. The 11-bedroom mansion, at 576 Meadow Ln., was snapped up by hotel mogul Jimmy Tisch, CEO of Loews Corporation, in an off-market deal. Its previous owner, Alan Meckler, CEO of Mediabistro.com, made a killing on the sale, having bought the...

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